I want to make several 25° acute point cuts on long thing stock. The following is just an example:
Before you tell me to bust out a hand saw: I've got ten bits of wood to cut at this angle and they're going into a big lap sandwich. They have to both be exact and consistent. I'm not yet good enough to do that by hand. I know the technique for good cuts, I'm just physically incompetent. There should be no shame in admitting that, but the comments don't want to seem to let that go.
So again, my focus here is consistent accuracy and (and it not take all day).
My mitre saw is usually the first tool I'd turn to for cross-cutting a thin bit of stock... But most mitre saws can only cut 45-90° cuts. The angles written on them and things like mitre gauges are 90°-offset).
That said, I could use a square block to re-offset against the fence. This would work fine for cleaning up a rough-cut end but there wouldn't be space for the perform a cut halfway down a bit of stock (as pictured).
I do also have a number of other tools with mitre gauges (table saw, band saw, router table, etc) that could be re-offset with a square block. The bandsaw has a similar "gets in the way" problem with long stock to the mitre saw fence, and the table saw is currently buried under a pile of rubbish.
Since opening this question, I made rough cuts by hand and cleaned up with the mitre saw, but it seemed very... Hacky. Is there a better way do to this?